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Soca concert returns

21 May 2010

THE POPULAR Soca On De Hill is back after a one-year break. Read More


Canteen closure causes chaos

21 May 2010

Millinese Howell has closed her canteen at St Leonard’s Boys’ School, citing both lack  of respect for her,  and low sales. Read More


On guard

21 May 2010

 THE major school recess is next month and, with hundreds of children expected to flock to the beaches, lifeguards are appealing to parents  to be more vigilant. Read More


Run that got away

21 May 2010

Another low-scoring Digicel Twenty20 International, played out on another difficult pitch  at the Vivian Richards  Stadium yesterday, ended  in a heart-breaking defeat  by one run for West Indies  that gave South Africa  a 2-0 series triumph. Read More

Holding: Not my cup of T

21 May 2010

LONDON – Michael Holding has come off the long run, continuing his verbal assault on the Twenty20 format and taking aim at the game’s administrators. Read More

'Bring the good,but leave the ugly'

21 May 2010

St Lucy residents welcome the new development plans for the Pickerings area, which Prime Minister David Thompson announced last Tuesday in the House of Assembly, but they want to caution against bringing "bad behaviour" into the parish. Read More

BDF weeds out three

21 May 2010

Three soldiers were thrown out of the Barbados Defence Force (BDF) for failing  drug tests. Read More

Get big projects moving, says Worrell

20 May 2010

Barbados needs to get its big infrastructural projects – like the long-in-coming West Coast Sewage system – up and running a lot quicker. Read More

Group put me on right path, says youth

20 May 2010

A young man gave testimony last weekend on how the Drug Education Counselling Services (DECS) had changed his life. Read More

NCF out $15 000 without Stadium

20 May 2010

EXCLUSION of the National Stadium from Grand Kadooment will see the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) losing about $15 000. Read More

More girls guilty of wandering

20 May 2010

WANDERING REMAINS the top crime committed by girls, followed by violence. Read More



20 May 2010

CAVE Hill Campus is  in for a "complete" overhaul, which could include closure of some systems and departments. Read More

Get real!

20 May 2010

MODERN information technology has led to poor communication between couples,  says a Bridgetown magistrate. Read More


Learn how to love yourself

20 May 2010

ON Monday, May 17, 2010, a letter writer to Christine described to Christine how she felt. “I feel like a pack of bread on a shelf that everyone squeezes, but never wants,” she said. She explained that she had been dating a man for a few years and he was nice in... Read More

Living dreams and making choices

20 May 2010

As we continue debate about the direction in which our young people are headed, it is just as well that we contrast current newspaper reports of two young persons from overseas. Read More

US govt welcomes decision to extradite

20 May 2010

KINGSTON – The United States Department of Justice has welcomed the government’s decision to sign the extradition request for West Kingston strongman Christopher "Dudus" Coke. Read More

Kamla would take pay cut

20 May 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN – United National Congress (UNC) leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced on Tuesday night that she would take a ten per cent cut in her salary if she became this country’s next prime minister. Read More

Butts talks on WI team choices

20 May 2010

WEST INDIES’ cricket selectors have duplicated the unsuccessful World Twenty20 squad for the series against South Africa because possible replacements are in Bangladesh and others in the Caribbean have failed to make use of previous chances. Read More

Lara not in for Surrey deal

20 May 2010

LONDON – Brian Lara will not play for English county Surrey the Daily Telegraph has reported. Read More

More prize money for visual artistes

20 May 2010

AFTER YEARS of agitating, visual artistes are finally getting increased prize money. Read More

Pushing region's film-makers

20 May 2010

BARBADOS IS SET  to become the home  of the first film distribution company  in the English-speaking Caribbean. Last Wednesday, CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution Inc. was launched to present Caribbean film-makers  to the international community. Read More


Barbados has introduced e-passports which feature biometric chips embedded in them. Do you think this will increase security and ease travel?

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